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CRC Air Sensor Clean Pro

CRC Air Sensor Clean Pro

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Key Features

  • Ensures optimal performance of the injection engine at cold and warm start.
  • Allows the injection system to get the right information to adjust the fuel mix during high load conditions of the engine.
  • For fast cleaning action and removal of hall contaminants, setting down on the sensor.
  • No ozone-depleting action.
  • Non-conductive and non-corrosive.
  • Evaporates completely, leaving no residue.
  • Safe for all metal surfaces, most rubbers, most plastics, and coatings.
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Detailed Product Information

CRC Air Sensor Clean Pro improves and restores the performance and reliability of Mass Air Flow sensors used on modern injection engines.

It cleans quickly and effectively, both the thermistor, and the hot wire or hot plate.

CRC Air Sensor Clean Pro is a high-purity, effective precision cleaning solvent, designed to meet today's environmental challenges.

Based on fast drying naphthenic solvents without chlorinated, glycol, or ether components.



Clear liquid



Flashpoint (Closed Cup ASTM D 56)

< 0°C

Specific Gravity @ 20°C


Kauri-Butanol Value


Surface Tension at 25°C

22 mN/m

Application Instructions

Highly flammable formulation. Do not sprat on energised electrical equipment or circuits, de-activate before product application, and extinguish all flames, pilot lights, and heaters.

Test before use on sensitive plastics, adhesive mounted, or stressed parts.

Locate the sensor: mostly mounted between the air inlet filter of the engine and the inlet manifold.

Disconnect the sensor from the electrical circuit.

Mark the position of the sensor and its housing. Depending on the type of sensor and/or the way the sensor is built in, either dismount the complete unit, or dismount and take out the sensor from the housing.

Use the extension tube and spray liberally on the hot wire/plate and the thermistor. Allow running off. Be careful not to touch the sensitive hot wire/plate, nor the thermistor or its connections with the extension tube, the aerosol, or your fingers.

Allow solvents to evaporate completely before building in the sensor again. Beware to put the sensor, o-ring, or other gasket in the right position.

Connect the sensor back to the electrical circuit.